Intelligence in Communication Systems: IFIP International Conference on Intelligence in Communication Systems, INTELLCOMM 2005, Montreal, Canada, October 17-19, 2005

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Communication systems are now ubiquitous and making them more intelligent remains very challenging. The IFIP International Conference on Intelligence in Communication Systems is an effort to bring together researchers and practitioners who represent the latest developments in this area. This volume contains selected papers from the conference in the following focus areas: ad hoc networks / hybrid networks / WLAN; security, privacy and consumer protection; adaptive architectures and prools; flexible QoS and QoS ...

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Overview

Communication systems are now ubiquitous and making them more intelligent remains very challenging. The IFIP International Conference on Intelligence in Communication Systems is an effort to bring together researchers and practitioners who represent the latest developments in this area. This volume contains selected papers from the conference in the following focus areas: ad hoc networks / hybrid networks / WLAN; security, privacy and consumer protection; adaptive architectures and prools; flexible QoS and QoS management; flexible service specification, validation, searching and querying; service composition and Web services; personal, terminal and node mobility; programmable and active networks.

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A Framework for Building Customized Adaptation Proxies.- Adaptable Services and Applications for Networks.- Improvement of MPLS Performance by Implementation of a Multi-Agent System.- Enabling Mobile Commerce Through Location Based Services.- Inter-Domain Traffic Engineering Using Mpls.- Autonomic Service Configuration by a Combined State Machine and Reasoning Engine Based Actor.- Self-Management in Ambient Networks for Service Composition.- Amapola: A Simple Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Computing.- Decoupling Components of an Attack Prevention System Using Publish/Subscribe.- A P2P Collaborative Framework for Smartphone.- Dynamic Role Binding in a Service Oriented Architecture.- Formal Modelling of an Adaptable Service System.- A Localized Architecture for Detecting Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks in Wireless AD Hoc Networks.- A Fuzzy Petri Nets QoS Model for Wireless AD Hoc Networks.- Using Mobile Agent for Location-Specific Data Retrieval in Manet.- Optimization of Handover Performance for Fmipv6.- XML Access Control for Security and Memory Management.- Approximating Saml Using Similarity Based Imprecision.- A Distributed Proxy Architecture for Service Discovery in Peer-to-Peer Networks.- Directional Antenna Based Performance Evaluation of 802.11 Wireless Local Area Networks.- Service-Driven Group Management for Mobile P2P Services.- Towards Programmable Context-Aware Voice Services.- Context-Aware Security Policy Agent for Mobile Internet Services.- Colos -A System for Device Unaware and Position Dependent Communication Based on the Session Initiation Prool.- A Key-Exchanging Scheme for Distributed Sensor Networks.- A Look Into the 4G Crystal Ball.- Discovering Architecture Formalism of Geo-Located Web Services for Next Generation of Mobile Networks.

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